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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by soulman969, Nov 18, 2018.
A maniacal beaver. I've heard of them. Even dated.....oops better not go there.
If you send @armyadarkness some photos of her I’m sure she could be featured elsewhere as well!?!?? :0
The way he tells it he had a whole album full before I even met her.
Bwahahahhah. He’s Got many a story doesn’t he
It’s a good thing his groats can’t speak
They can't. They've seen too much.
Oh how I'm sad now. I had one of those, one of the best playing basses I have owned. That's another one I wish I could get back.
We've all been their brother.
To be honest my L2500 replaced one like below which I foolishly sold about 17 years ago. As much as I like that G&L I would take my old Modulus back in a NY minute should I ever find one like it again.
Yeah I sometimes I miss my jazzes but not as much as I thought I would. Surprisingly.
L-2000s are just that good.
I would like to outfit a Jazz with two MFD's. Having just said that its probably a good time that I seek out a fresh pair of undershorts. I think I just experienced that turtle thing @fcleff mentioned earlier.
In my part of the world the G&L brand is a rare find. I was lucky enough to find mine since it was the only one anywhere available in my city. I can never imagine what my bass playing life would be without it. I now have 4 perfectly gig worthy basses that just collect dust. My L-2500 is just that good
That's pretty much what an L2000 is isn't it?
There’s a grain of truth there.
Legend has it, there's a super secret "G&L Smoked Meat Pole Chicken Head Club", coming to a cornfield near you...
... As Soon As Thanksgiving (ASAT). In addition to that mind blowing idea, contributions for a worthy cobs, can be made out to Kernel Klink, via Certified Check.
Disclaimer: No affiliation to the "G&L Smoked Meat Pole Chicken Head Club". All contributions qualify for tax deductions, under the Latvia General Assembly of Corn Chucklers, circa 1871.
Very nice. I had the same bass, just in blue-burst. Got it in a trade with every intention to flip it, but as soon as I played it, had to keep it. Eventually sold it but it was my main player for a while. Still kinda miss it!
I do believe I know the Cobmaster of that place.
General Burkhalter is not amused.
I was tracking a couple of Blueburst models when mine showed up on Reverb. I hadn't seen many Tobacco Bursts with a maple board and it also came with a hardcase so I jumped on it quickly.
After having played my PBass which has flats so often apparently my technique had gotten a little sloppy so as soon as I began playing the L2500 which has rounds I had fret clank like an old boiler about to blow. Nothing like a 5 string to remind you to get off your lazy arse.
Good self teaching moment.
In my understanding other than the tuners the only other major differences between a Tribute L Series and a US made are the bridge saddles and the preamp and both can be purchased from G&L for about $50 each.
So my question is have any of you other Tribute L Series guys done any upgrades of those and if so was there any noticeable difference tonally?
I'm also not counting specs, and finish selection which I know are much broader on a US made.
“It ain’t easy being green” .... unless of course, THIS!